RIGA - Working in common interests, Latvia has actively helped avert a looming split within the European Union (EU) over the rule of law, President Egils Levits said today on social networks.
On Tuesday morning, leaders of EU member states finally struck an agreement on a fund that will be created to finance the bloc's recovery from the deep economic slump brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. The compromise solution provides for investing EUR 750 billion in the recovery fund and earmarking more than EUR 1.074 trillion for the EU's long-term budget 2021-2027....
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